ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett, explains the connection between storylines used in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek tie-in novels written decades earlier. Do the producers of the shows have a responsibility to recognize those contributions and the creators who made them?
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ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look at why so many sci-fi fans dislike James Cameron’s AVATAR … and why they’re wrong.
ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett, explains how the latest Star Trek (Strange New Worlds) is boldly going in the wrong direction. will it be “real” Star Trek, or just a “tribute band” playing cheap covers of the classic originals?
In this ROBSERVATIONS Short Take, Robert Meyer Burnett says that James Bond may not be relevant to today’s audiences anymore. What does that mean for the franchise in the long-term? He has a few thoughts …
In this ROBSERVATIONS Short Take, Writer-director-producer, Robert Meyer Burnett, explains that nu-Trek’s intentional breaking of established structure threatens the very backbone of the Star Trek franchise.
In this ROBSERVATIONS Short Take, Writer-director-producer, Robert Meyer Burnett, contemplates concerns raised by master filmmakers like Martin Scorcese and Francis Ford Coppola that we are currently witnessing the “death” of cinema as we once understood it.
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett gives us a tour of his new digs east of LA and tells us more about his move-in plans to the new Robservatory.
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett provides a rebuttal to an article in Esquire Magazine that claims audiences have become bored with the MCU and the “Marvel monoculture.” There’s a lot to like in the MCU and Rob explains why nothing like it has ever been seen before in Hollywood.
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett is excited to see David Cronenberg’s newest film, CRIMES OF THE FUTURE when it premiers this June. Rob read a draft of the script nearly 25 years ago and has been anxiously waiting for the movie ever since.
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett makes the claim that ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ might have been the worst thing to happen to Star Wars in its 45-year history.
Robert Meyer Burnett talks movie making and the fundamental differences between auteur filmmakers like Francis Ford Coppola and those who produce and direct more populist fare made for the mass market (like MCU films) in this ROBSERVATIONS Short Take.